She did this in front of adoring crowds as she joined the Royal Family at Sandringham House for their short journey to St Mary Magdalene Church, where the royals have attended service since 1988.
The former Suits actress was the star attraction at the Christmas Day gathering where she proudly displayed her engagement ring for all to see with hundreds of fans giving her the royal seal of approval.
Meghan made the short journey practically arm-in-arm with Harry, dressed in a £986 Sentaler camel coat, brown beret and £630 Stuart Weitzman’s Hiline boots, clutching a brown leather Chloe pixie bag, which sells for £1,400; she was simply the star attraction at the royal family gathering.
Huge crowds of well-wishers queued up from 2am to get the best vantage points outside the church in order to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry ’s new stunning fiancee.
After showing she had mastered the art of the curtsy, the American actress, 36, greeted people with her now customary “Hi, I’m Meghan”, as she became the first non-member of the Royal Family to join them for Christmas in a huge shift with normal tradition.
The Queen arrived in a car with the Duchess of Cornwall and joined the group from the house which also included the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales.
Wearing a shocking orange coat and hat ensemble, the Queen chose not to speak to the crowd, instead decamping into the warmth of her chauffeur driven Bentley to be taken back to the main house.
Prince Philip, 96, chose to walk to and from church with other members of the family, including William and Kate, who is pregnant with her third child and showed off a small baby bump beneath a striking tartan coat.
William and Kate stayed to speak to a small selection of the Sandringham staff, taking a bouquet gift and even divulging that Prince George was overjoyed to receive a gift of a police car from Santa.
Kate outdid Meghan in the expense stakes wearing her £2,665 double-breasted tartan Miu Miu coat for the service.